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Middle aged couple enjoy brighter, naturally white teeth with air polishing at Manor Dental Health in Hull

How can I get naturally brighter, less sensitive teeth?

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Hull dental practice, Manor Dental Health on Willerby Road, has invested in a state-of-the-art aqua jet spray polishing system using Sylc®. This technologically proven product brightens teeth and soothes sensitivity leaving you with a smooth and sparkling smile. Air polishing uses water, air and a fine, flavoured powder to gently and naturally remove plaque and… Continue reading »

Categories: air polishing, aqua jet polishing, dental therapist, dental therapy, Sylc.
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Are braces bad for you?

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Straight teeth definitely aren’t bad for you, but what about the method we use to achieve them? Are braces bad for you, or do they work to achieve amazing health benefits for your teeth and gums? We understand why some people might be put off by braces, especially as adults, but there really is no… Continue reading »

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What foods are bad for my teeth?

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The saying “you are what you eat” is even more irritating when you realise how true it is. In terms of the health of your teeth, the health of your food choices is extremely apparent. Your dentist can very clearly see what you’ve been eating by the amount of plaque coating your teeth. After we… Continue reading »

Categories: bad breath, dental health Hull, dental hygiene, Hull dentist, Manor Dental Health, Oral Hygiene, Prevention, tooth decay.
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How can you prevent cavities at home?

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Decay happens when we let sugar and plaque build-up on our teeth. It attracts bacteria that breakdown the protective enamel on our teeth, eventually reaching the surfaces below and therefore creating hollows and holes. We believe in preventative dental care and will always advise on the best and most effective ways to maintain your dental… Continue reading »

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Average Brit spends almost £200 a year looking after their oral health

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British adults are spending £196 a year looking after their smile by purchasing oral health care products, according to the results of a nationwide survey. An investigation by the Oral Health Foundation, looking at the spending power of more than 2,000 people from across the UK, found that we are spending an average of £16.34… Continue reading »

Categories: dental health Hull, gum disease, Oral Hygiene.